Lt. Derrick Stafford, 32, and Norris Greenhouse Jr., 23, have been charged with killing an unarmed six-year-old boy and critically wounded his unarmed father in a hail of gunfire.
Reports say the cops corned his victims with a patrol car while the father was driving his vehicle.
• One can train a bear to dance, but the bear will revert to his natural instincts. That's a hard-science fact this is intentionally overlooked when imposing racial quotas in hiring police officers. Cops should not be hired to adjust the average skin tone of the police force, but because they are capable both physically, emotionally, and intellectually to properly enforce the law and uphold the Constitution.
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Three days after the fatal shooting of six-year-old Jeremy Mardis in Marksville, La. two officers involved were charged with second-degree murder and attempted second-degree murder.
Derrick W. Stafford of Mansura and Norris J. Greenhouse Jr. of Marksville were two of the four officers working with the Ward 2 City Marshal’s Office in Marksville involved in the incident that led to the shooting of Christopher Few and his son Jeremy Mardis.
In a press conference late Friday Evening, Col. Mike Edmonson, Superintendent of the Louisiana State Police said State Police is investigating police body-camera footage from the scene. Edmonson described the footage at the press conference as “the most disturbing thing I’ve seen. I’ll leave it at that.”
Edmonson would not say whether the other two officers involved in the event, Lt. Jason Brouillete and Sgt. Kenneth Purnell, also will be facing charges.
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